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Barker, Martin Assessing the `Quality' in Qualitative Research. The Case of Text-Audience Relations. University of Wales at Aberystwyth.

Delgado, Juan Manuel. Gutiérrez, Juan. Métodos y técnicas cualitativas de investigación en Ciencias Sociales, Síntesis Psicología. Madrid, 1995.

Denzin, N., & Lincoln, Y. S. (Eds.). (2000). Handbook of Qualitative Research (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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Qualitative Research in Ibero America. Cisneros Puebla, César A.; Domínguez Figaredo, Daniel; Faux, Robert; Kölbl, Carlos & Packer, Martin Eds. (2006, Septiembre). Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 7(4)

Opdenakker, Raymond. Advantages and Disadvantages of Four Interview Techniques in Qualitative Research. Volume 7, No. 4, Art. 11 – September 2006

Denzin, Norman K. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Reading and Writing Performance. Qualitative Research, Vol. 3, No. 2, 243-268 (2003) DOI: 10.1177/14687941030032006
Criteria for evaluating experimental ethnographic texts are reviewed. Subversive, resistance narratives are foregrounded. While the focus is primarily on North American work, scholarship by non-American scholars is reviewed as well, including the arguments by indigenous scholars.
"I seek an existential, interpretive social science that offers a blueprint for cultural criticism. This criticism is grounded in the specific worlds made visible in the writing process. It understands that all ethnography is theory and value-laden. There can be no objective account of a culture and its ways. Taking a lead from mid-century African American cultural critics (Du Bois, Hurston, Ellison, Wright, Baldwin, Hines), we now know that the ethnographic, the aesthetic and the political can never be neatly separated. Ethnography like art is always political."

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Denzin, Norman K. University of Illinois at Urbana—Champaign **Aesthetics and the Practices of Qualitative Inquiry** Qualitative Research, Vol. 1, No. 1, 23-46 (2001) SAGE Publications
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Master Bibliography for 6 Model Syllabi Focusing on Qualitative Research in Communication Studies

Developed in 1996 by Brenda Dervin, PhD, 3016 Derby Hall, 154 N. Oval Mall, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 43210, USA dervin.1@osu.edu.
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Recommended books on media research methods
Audience Dialogue is based in Adelaide, South Australia.

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A Practical Guide to Media Research

This book by Dennis List, founder of Audience Dialogue, is published by Original Books, in New Zealand. All chapters of the book are available on the web site:

Contents

Chapter 1: Planning (2 web pages)
Types of audience research. How research is done: an overview. Planning a research project. Some findings about audiences.
Chapter 2: Sampling (3 web pages)
Populations. Sampling frames. Samples. Principles of random sampling. Choosing a sample size. Selecting starting points for surveys. Cluster samples in door-to-door surveys. Selecting respondents within households.
Chapter 3: Questionnaires (3 web pages)
Planning the questionnaire. Types of question. Question wording. How to write a questionnaire. Program testing. Questionnaire layout. Testing questionnaires.
Chapter 4: Fieldwork (3 web pages)
Choosing the place of interview. Finding interviewers. Training interviewers. Finding people at home. Identifying the right respondent. Introductions. Interviewing techniques. Finishing an interview. Verifying interviews. Paperwork for interviewers.
Chapter 5: Analysis (3 web pages)
Initial processing. Coding. Manual processing. Computer processing. Preliminary analysis. Interpretation of results.
Chapter 6: Reporting the findings (2 web pages)
The report's audience. What form a report should take (written, spoken, etc). Suggested layout. Using graphs. Including recommendations.
Chapter 7: Telephone surveys
Sampling. From directories. Random digit dialling. Introductions. Refusal conversion. Call logs.
Chapter 8: Mail surveys
Making it easy. Questionnaire design. Followups. Receiving completed questionnaires. Fax surveys.
Chapter 9: Visitor surveys
Performance events. Continuing events.
Chapter 10: In-depth interviewing
Also known as semi-structured interviewing, or informal interviewing.
Chapter 11: Group discussions (2 web pages)
Mainly about how to organize and run consensus groups.
Chapter 12: Monitoring and response cultivation
If you can't afford a survey, a partial substitute is to encourage more audience feedback.
Chapter 13: Observation
How to do a survey without talking.
Chapter 14: Co-discovery conferences
A new method we've developed: a hybrid between research and planning.
Chapter 15: Internet audience research (3 web pages)
Using existing data. Quantitative methods. Qualitative methods.
Chapter 16: Content analysis (4 web pages)
How to analyse both media content and audience content, in the form of recordings and text.
Chapter 17: Using research well
Barriers to using research, and ways of overcoming them.

Conducting Research Surveys via E-mail and the Web (PDF Chapters online)

Elliott, Marc N. Fricke Ronald Jr. Schonlau, Matthias. Conducting Research Surveys via E-mail and the Web. RAND Corporation

The authors discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using e-mail and the Web toconduct research surveys, and also offer practical suggestions for designingand implementing Internet surveys most effectively.Among other findings, the authors determined that Internet surveys may bepreferable to mail or telephone surveys when a list of e-mail addresses forthe target population is available, thus eliminating the need for mail or phone invitations to potential respondents.